Port of Galați

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Port of Galați
Location
Country Romania
Location Galați County
Details
Owned by Compania Naționalǎ Administrației Porturilor Dunǎrii Maritime
Type of harbor Natural/Artificial
Size 860 acres (0.86 square kilometres)
Available berths 56
General manager Mihai Ochialbescu
Statistics
Vessel arrivals 4,325 (2008)
Annual cargo tonnage 8,871,000 tonnes (2008)[1]
Website
Official site

The Port of Galați is the largest port and sea port on the Danube River and the second largest Romanian port.[2][3] Located in the city of Galaţi, the port is an important source of revenue for the city because many large international companies have established there.

The shipbuilding industry is a key activity of the port and Dutch company Damen Group, which owns the Galați shipyard, is the most important enterprise established there.

The port is used by the Mittal Steel Company as its transport hub for exporting and importing cargo from and for Mittal Steel Galaţi, the largest Romanian steel producer.

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Coordinates: 45°26′27″N 28°04′35″E / 45.44083°N 28.07639°E / 45.44083; 28.07639